Jordan Levin

Co-Founder, Generate

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Co-founder of Generate, a cross-platform production and management company; co-founder, and later president, of the now defunct WB Network


Jordan Levin on KCRW

Hollywood is waking up to technology and economics.  Studios are becoming revolving doors for executives, and the standards for "green-lighting" new projects aren't what they used to…

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With so much free content on-line, the business model for movies just doesn't work any more.

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